Description: Comments on early life in Berkeley; student days at University of California, Berkeley, 1916-20, and recollections of faculty; teaching at Miss Ransom and Miss Bridges School for Girls, Piedmont, Calif.; tours of duty with The Marine Corps during World War II and 1948-53; work at the University in Recorder's office, with University Press, as Assistant, and then, Dean of Women and Dean of Students; Free Speech Movement.
Call Number: BANC MSS 71/108 c v.1; BANC MSS 71/108 c v.2; Phonotape 492 A
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